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Marketablility, nostalgia to intersect

Originally Published: November 17, 2010
By John D. Lukacs | Special to ESPN.com

Once upon a time in college football -- a time when bleachers were filled with fedoras and cigar smoke, not face paint and coeds, when fans waggled pennants instead of their index fingers and snapped section-wide card tricks instead of cell phone pics -- wooden goalposts near warning tracks and end-zone seats behind steel I-beams and foul poles were all the rage.

It was a time when websites were found only in musty attics and basements, when the term "Great Depression" had ...

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